i think that they have a right to ask for better pay, and health care, and regular hours, and by the way, there are a lot of complaints about wal-mart that go beyond even this, just the working conditions in the warehouses and things like that, so, i just -- that attitude to me is just so dismissive of legitimate grievances that workers have. >> all right, now, we want to leave on a positive note because it's thanksgiving and we have very short time, so, charles, what do you think before this year, i'll go around. >> and if you're in this country, you are, winning the lottery. one in seven earthlings is an american, and if you're born here you're lucky. my father born in austria, my brother in rio, i'm the only one that has the luxury of being born in the united states and when you are, part of the most generous country on earth, the one those liberated the most people ever and that's as close to-- i mean, that's the secular equivalent of grace.